Cuatro Restaurant is for everyone. It’s a restaurant that is fun for tourists, good value for families and locals. Off the beach or out of the hotel it doesn’t matter. Come in and have a great time.
Start with a salad, the award-winning Spicy Tuna Nachos, or choose from our several other starters. Our delectable Entrees include Fresh Hawaiian Fish of the Day, with your choice of four different preparations; Roasted Chicken Breast stuffed with green chilies, ham, and pepper jack cheese; Marinated Pork, and many more.
During this challenging time we are only able to offer our most popular items on a limited menu. We appreciate your support and hope to have our full menu available soon.
Cuatro is open for dine in service, reserved seating only 5pm through 8pm. To make a reservation please call 808-879-1110 anytime between 3pm to 8pm Wednesday through Sunday.
If you would like to place an order to be picked up, please call the number: 808-879-1110. Our take our hours 4pm to 8pm Wednesday through Sunday.
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Limited Menu for Dine In & Take Out
Owner & Operator
A veteran of several popular Maui kitchens, brought the best recipes from each under one roof. His menu mingles Latin and Pacific Rim flavors with surprisingly cohesive results. Eric Arbogast graduated from the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco before moving to Hawaii in 1990.
Voted Best New Restaurant by the Maui News – 2009.
Kilohano Award: Best of Maui Amazing Chef – 2019.
Open WED – SUN from 4pm to 8pm.
Closed MON – TUES.
Bring Your Own Bottle Establishment.
$10 Corking Fee
Unfortunately, I can only rate service and management (but not food) from an isolated experience. We called and made reservations for dinner. The person taking our call indicated that they didn't have any indoor tables available but that they have an outdoor table. Based on the reviews, we thought this would be a solid choice. We arrived on-time for our reservations and were promptly seated and served water. We then sat for almost 20 minutes, watching the staff take in other parties after us, take and deliver drink orders, and take food orders. They were moving from table to table and I suspect that they forgot that they setup a table outside. After being ignored, we decided to leave. One of the servers saw us leaving through the window and finally came out. We explained that we were left unattended while watching subsequent parties get seated and served. We asked for the manager (identified himself as Tyler) and explained to him that we saw several parties get seated after us and got waited on, while we watched from outside for almost 20 minutes. Tyler's explanation was that they were busy seating other parties and continually missed understanding that those other parties were waited on before us and that no one ever came back to us. In some cases, those tables were re-visited by servers. I understand that Maui is experiencing a flood of post-covid tourists and that all restaurants are slammed. We experienced longer than desired wait times at other restaurants but those places at least attended to tables equally, acknowledged and apologized when things were delayed, and in some cases, offered to comp us dessert. Not the case with Cuatro, as Tyler became very defensive and continued to say that they were busy seating other parties. He denied that the other parties were waited on but we could see in plain view through the windows that those parties were waited on and were brought wine glasses and soft drinks. Tyler continued to defend that some parties brought their own wine but that still doesn't explain why they were brought glasses and soft drinks, while no one even spoke to us. The final straw was when we left, Tyler and another employee went to clear our table and spewed profanities. I honestly question if Tyler was really the manager and hope for Cuatro's sake that he wasn't. He simply does not have the customer service skills to run a restaurant when things go wrong (as will be the case with any business). A manager needs to take accountability for the inevitable challenges that every restaurant will encounter and try to make things right. I really hate writing poor reviews (and most of mine aren't) but the feedback needs to be shared with others and, hopefully, the restaurant ownership. If I were the owner, despite not wanting to receive a poor review, I would welcome the constructive feedback to constantly get better and to hold my staff accountable to a higher standard. This experience is obviously not in line with the stellar standard and reputation that master chef Eric Arbogast (owner) worked so hard to establish. Fortunately, there are plenty of other choices in Kihei/Wailea. On to the next one!